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Old 17th May 2010, 17:53   #1
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Default The Hack strikes back - Hackintosh odyssey

When we last left the trials and travails of my Hackintosh odyssey (not to be confused with our sweet 2005 Honda Odyssey or your ever-lame Magnavox Odyssey), things were working just swimmingly. Assuming you consider swimming like a spastic fat man in weighted vest a good thing. While faster than my MacBook Pro, a Geekbench score of 5500 or so was still fairly sad for the processor/memory combo I was (and am) sporting (Intel Core 2 Extreme Q9650 at 3.73 GHz and 8 GB of 1066 MHz DDR2 SDRAM). The Sleep command would only work in the "it's time to say goodbye to Miss Buffytons" way, and my designated Time Machine drive would spontaneously unmount.
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